16th April 2012

WMHC Presents: Radio Week DJ Sets April 16-20, 2012
Keep Celebrating Radio Week with WMHC as our DJs take to Skinner Green to spin a slection of their favorite tunes.

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Fireside Chat: Tayvon Martin's Death and the Stand Your Ground Law
Please join the Roosevelt Campus Network at Mount Holyoke College as we discuss with Professor Lucas Wilson, Associate Professor of African American Studies and Economics the death of Tayvon Martin.

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Picturing Enlightenment: Thangka in the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College
This special exhibition marks the completion of an extensive project to conserve the Mead Art Museum’s collection of thangka (pronounced “tan-kah”)—scroll paintings of Buddhist figures. So fragile that they have remained largely inaccessible to scholars and museum visitors for nearly six decades, Amherst College’s eighteen thangka, primarily from Tibet, have been gently cleaned, stabilized, and repaired by conservators at Museum Textile Services in Andover, Massachusetts, under the leadership of Camille Myers Breeze. A generous grant from the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation and additional support from the Amherst College Department of Religion underwrote the conservation treatment. The Louis and Nettie Horch Foundation provided further support for the conservation of one thangka.
For more information, visit www.amherst.edu/museums/mead/programs/2011exhib/picturingenlightenment.

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Photo Exhibition: The Gesture in Light: Illuminated
Exhibit: The Gesture in Light: Illuminated by Theresa Antonellis runs from Monday Jan. 9 through Sunday May 11.
A reception will be held Thursday, February 2, from 4-6pm.

The exhibit consists of a related series of framed prints featuring photo-enhanced light photography by Theresa Antonellis.

Info: 577-0785, mcharney@library.umass.edu  

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Water Awareness Week Exhibition
A photo and fact exhibition displaying information related to Water and the global crisis. Sponsored by the student org Global Action Against Poverty Everywhere (GAAPE).

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Music in the Noon Hour
Schumann Karen Smith Emerson, soprano, Conor Hanick, piano. Free midday recitals by Smith music faculty and friends --- presenting wonderfully varied works from the last four centuries for voice, solo instruments and small ensemble. First and third Tuesdays, February through April.

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The Eric N. Schocket Memorial Lecture on Class and Culture
Andrew Ross, professor of social and cultural analysis at New York University, will give the lecture, "Democracy, Occupy and Debt-Financed Education."

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Special Event

ConQuest, Gaming Convention
April 14-16
10:00 am to 12:00 am (midnight)

Ticket information:
Weekend: $12 ($15 non-students)
Sat/Sun: $5 ($8 non-students)
After 6 pm, $3
Mon: $4 ($5 non-students)

Description: ConQuest is a gaming convention that celebrates all the various forms of gaming from tabletop to video games. The event will include activities relating to gaming as well as panels, an artist's alley, and performances.

Handicapped accessible

Sponsor/Hosted by: Game Hobbyists' League (RSO)

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